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"Edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning distance learning in the pandemic. Highlights of problem that experts have warned about For years. Some students have good access to the Internet. And others do not. It's called the digital divide. Many districts are about to start the school year with Mohr distance learning. So how can they narrow that Divide? Rachel Martin spoke with Nicole Turner Lee, who studies it. When you look back at those two, sometimes three months that that students in this country were doing distance learning what what worked and what didn't You know, I think generally I am in agreement with some of the folks that have looked at this short period of time is ah, somewhat of an abject failure for our Children. What worked was that you know, schools had the attention of their households to figure out what to do during a time of crisis. What didn't work was at schools were not necessarily all ready to move to an online solution, particularly when they assess the equity challenges of who had broadband and who did not. We know that they were probably about 12 to 15 million students that did not have access at all. And in those households that were low income, they were proud. About 32 35% of those students who did not have access to multiple devices. So what now? How do we make that better? You know, I think it's important for schools to sort of put together what I call a 21st century remote access blueprints. What we found out from schools is that they had very little data about who was connected with in their districts or around the proximity of the school. I think once they have that data, and they determined that, you know. Hey, this provider is in our community. Maybe that provider doesn't have access to on open hot spot. Then it's up to the school district. To start thinking about that. What do we do about those blind spots? So example in in ST Louis that didn't think about the fact that many of their students on free or reduced price lunched lived in public housing. And so as a result of that, there was never a conversation to go directly to the public housing property manager and say, Hey, can you open up an unlicensed WiFi hot spot so that our kids who live here can get access? Instead, we saw schools and libraries become what some have now coin digital parking lives where people would pull up because the library fortunate was able to bolster its signal, and schools were able to broadcast out their wireless, maybe three or 400 feet. It. Is that really sustainable? I mean, just seems totally untenable. Tohave. These families you know, crammed with their kids in a car in a parking lot of a library to just do their basic homework assignments. Oh, no, I agree. I think that at first it was exciting, but it gets old. We have to look at where these blind spots were in the last 2 to 3 months and reimagine education re Imagine learning communities can we actually take a bacon space and, Ah, you know a small storefront retail community and actually bring a classroom. Or to classrooms to that space to keep those youth sort of together, right? Can we actually think about partnering with a non profit organization or church that maybe in the middle of a rural, urban or suburban community where kid does not have access to walk to a local library and maybe create a mesh network in that sense? What do you need from the federal government To make that happen? You know, I'd like to think that moving forward. We may think about a national appropriation the same way we think about our food nutrition centers right and how we give food to the needy through the staff program or the town of program. The challenges you know, those are all very partisan in terms of changes in leadership affect that, But we need to do something different to ensure that when we have these types of Breakdowns that schools are not sort of running around themselves, trying to figure it out by themselves that they can tap into resource is that allow them to solve these types of problems. Nicole turn early with the Brookings Institution. She studied digital divides an education for decades. We so appreciate your time in perspective on this. Thank you. Thank you Feel much. Poland's conservative incumbent President Andre Duda has won a second term. It was a bitterly fought election and the opposition might well dispute the results here's asked me Nicholson Speaking to journalists this morning, Poland's electoral commission announced that Andre Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Tarkovsky, who got 48.8%. Votes is still being counted, but the electoral commission says any variation and numbers will be slight and won't alter the final outcome. Judah greeted supporters in the early hours of this morning. Duda enjoys the backing of Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice Party. He led a campaign heavily dominated by homophobia rhetoric in which he promised to defend quote Catholic family values. His opponent, Rafay Trickovski, is mayor of Waterfall, Poland's capital and largest city of 80 comes out both girl. Appearing before supporters he didn't concede as a pro European who's culturally more liberal. Trajkovski's campaign promised to unite the country by bringing back balance and tolerance to Polish politics. Under Duda, the governing right wing Lauren Justice Party can continue strengthening its grip on the court system and public media policies that Trickovski pledged to veto as the results reflect Poland's presidential campaign was exceptionally divisive Duda who denounced the LGBTQ rights movement as an ideology worse than communism. Garnered support from the government and the Catholic Church. State television also sided with Duda, alleging that Schakowsky does not have polish interests at heart. And it revived Poland's fraught history of anti Semitism, accusing him of promoting Jewish concerns. Trajkovski's party, the opposition Civic Platform Group, says it's looking into potential cases of electoral misconduct. Such as registration problems. A missing postal banish papers for NPR news. I'm as me, Nicholson been burned. Thank you for listening to us on your local member station. You can.

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06:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Look, it's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning distance learning in the pandemic. Highlights of problem that experts have warned about For years. Some students have good access to the Internet. And others do not. It's called the digital divide. Many districts are about to start the school year with Mohr distance learning. So how can they narrow that Divide? Rachel Martin spoke with Nicole Turner Lee, who studies it. When you look back at those two, sometimes three months that that students in this country were doing distance learning what what worked and what didn't You know, I think generally I am in agreement with some of the folks that have looked at this short period of time is ah, somewhat of an abject failure for our Children. What worked was that you know, schools had the attention of their households to figure out what to do during a time of crisis. What didn't work was at schools were not necessarily ready to move to an online solution, particularly when they assess the equity challenges of who had broadband and who did not. We know that they were probably about 12 to 15 million students that did not have access at all. And in those households that were low income, they were proud. About 32 35% of those students who did not have access to multiple devices. So what now? How do we make that better? You know, I think it's important for schools to sort of put together what I call a 21st century remote access blueprints. What we found out from schools is that they had very little data about who was connected with in their districts or around the proximity of a school. I think once they have that data, and they determined that, you know. Hey, this provider is in our community. Maybe that provider doesn't have access to on open hot spot. Then it's up to the school district. To start thinking about them. What do we do about those blind spots? So example in in ST Louis that didn't think about the fact that many of their students on free or reduced price lunched lived in public housing. And so as a result of that, there was never a conversation to go directly to the public housing property manager and say, Hey, can you open up an unlicensed WiFi hot spot so that our kids who live here can get access? Instead, we saw schools and libraries become what some have now coin digital parking lives where people would pull up because the library fortunate was able to bolster its signal, and schools were able to broadcast out their wireless, maybe three or 400 feet. It. Is that really sustainable? I mean, just seems totally untenable. Tohave. These families you know, crammed with their kids in a car in a parking lot of a library to just do their basic homework assignments. Oh, no, I agree. I think that at first it was exciting, but it gets old. We have to look at where these blind spots were in the last 2 to 3 months and reimagine education re Imagine learning communities can we actually take a bacon space and, Ah, you know a small storefront retail community and actually bring a classroom. Or to classrooms to that space to keep those youth sort of together, right? Can we actually think about partnering with a non profit organization or church that maybe in the middle of a rural, urban or suburban community where kid does not have access to walk to a local library and maybe create a mesh network in that sense? What do you need from the federal government To make that happen? You know, I'd like to think that moving forward. We may think about a national appropriation the same way we think about our food nutrition centers right and how we give food to the needy through the stat program or the town of program. The challenges you know, those are all very partisan in terms of changes in leadership affect that, But we need to do something different to ensure that when we have these types of Breakdowns that schools are not sort of running around themselves, trying to figure it out by themselves that they can tap into resource is that allow them to solve these types of problems. Nicole turn early with the Brookings Institution. She studied digital divides an education for decades. We so appreciate your time in perspective on this. Thank you. Thank you Feel much. Poland's conservative incumbent President Andre Duda has won a second term. It was a bitterly fought election and the opposition might well dispute the results here's asked me Nicholson Speaking to journalists this morning, Poland's electoral commission announced that Andre Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Trickovski, who got 48.8%. Votes is still being counted, but the electoral commission says any variation and numbers will be slight and won't alter the final outcome. Judah greeted supporters in the early hours of this morning. Duda enjoys the backing of Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice Party. He led a campaign heavily dominated by homophobia rhetoric in which he promised to defend quote Catholic family values. His opponent, Rafay Trickovski, is mayor of Waterfall, Poland's capital and largest city. Chaturvedi comes out both Appearing before supporters he didn't concede as a pro European who's culturally more liberal. Trajkovski's campaign promised to unite the country by bringing back balance and tolerance to Polish politics. Under Duda, the governing right wing Lauren Justice Party can continue strengthening its grip on the court system and public media policies that Trickovski pledged to veto as the results reflect Poland's presidential campaign was exceptionally divisive Duda who denounced the LGBTQ rights movement as an ideology worse than communism. Garnered support from the government and the Catholic Church. State television also sided with Duda, alleging that Schakowsky does not have polish interests at heart, and it revived Poland's fraught history of anti Semitism, accusing him of promoting Jewish concerns. Trajkovski's party. The opposition Civic Platform Group, says it's looking into potential cases of electoral misconduct such as registration problems. A missing postal banish papers for NPR news. I'm as me Nicholson in bundles. Thank you for listening.

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06:03 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning distance learning in the pandemic. Highlights of problem that experts have warned about For years. Some students have good access to the Internet. And others do not. It's called the digital divide. Many districts are about to start the school year with Mohr distance learning. So how can they narrow that Divide? Rachel Martin spoke with Nicole Turner Lee, who studies it. When you look back at those two, sometimes three months that that students in this country were doing distance learning what what worked and what didn't You know, I think generally I am in agreement with some of the folks that have looked at this short period of time is ah, somewhat of an abject failure for our Children. What worked was that you know, schools had the attention of their households to figure out what to do during a time of crisis. What didn't work was at schools were not necessarily ready to move to an online solution, particularly when they assessed the equity challenges of who had broadband and who did not. We know that they were probably about 12 to 15 million students that did not have access at all. And in those households that were low income, they were proud. About 32 35% of those students who did not have access to multiple devices. So what now? How do we make that better? You know, I think it's important for schools to sort of put together what I call a 21st century remote access blueprints. What we found out from schools is that they had very little data about who was connected with in their districts or around the proximity of a school. I think once they have that data, and they determined that, you know, Hey, this provider is in our community. Maybe that provider doesn't have access to on open hot spot. Then it's up to the school district to start thinking about that. What do we do about those blind spots? So example in in ST Louis that didn't think about the fact that many of their students on free or reduced price lunched lived in public housing. And so as a result of that, there was never a conversation to go directly to the public housing property manager and say, Hey, can you open up an unlicensed WiFi hot spot so that our kids who live here can get access. Instead, we saw schools and libraries become what some have now coin digital parking lots where people would pull up because the library fortunate was able to bolster its signal, and schools were able to broadcast out their wireless, maybe three or 400 feet. It. Is that really sustainable? I mean, just seems totally untenable. Tohave, these families crammed with their kids in a car in a parking lot of a library to just do their basic homework assignments. Oh, no, I agree. I think that at first it was exciting, but it gets old. We have to look at where these blind spots were in the last 2 to 3 months and reimagine education re Imagine learning communities can we actually take a bacon space and, Ah, you know a small storefront retail community and actually bring a classroom. Our two classrooms to that space to keep those youth sort of together, right? Can we actually think about partnering with a non profit organization or church that maybe in the middle of a rural, urban or suburban community where kid does not have access to walk to a local library and maybe create a mesh network in that sense? What do you need from the federal government To make that happen? You know, I'd like to think that moving forward. We may think about a national appropriation the same way we think about our food nutrition centers right and how we give food to the needy through the stat program or the town of program. The challenges you know, those are all very partisan in terms of changes in leadership affect that, But we need to do something different to ensure that when we have these types of Breakdowns that schools are not sort of running around themselves, trying to figure it out by themselves that they can tap into resource is that allow them to solve these types of problems. Nicole turn early with the Brookings Institution. She studied digital divides in education for decades. We so appreciate your time and perspective on this. Thank you. Thank you. Film us. Poland's conservative incumbent president Ahn Drea Duda has won a second term. It was a bitterly fought election and the opposition might well dispute the results here's asked me Nicholson Speaking to journalists this morning, Poland's electoral commission announced that Andre Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Tarkovsky, who got 48.8%. Votes is still being counted, but the electoral commission says any variation and numbers will be slight and won't alter the final outcome. Duda greeted supporters in the early hours of this morning. Doodah enjoys the backing of Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice Party. He led a campaign heavily dominated by homophobia rhetoric in which he promised to defend quote Catholic family values. His opponent, Rafay Trickovski is mayor of Waterfall, Poland's capital and largest City Ave. Becomes our both appearing before supporters he didn't concede. As a pro European who's culturally more liberal. Trajkovski's campaign promised to unite the country. Bringing back balance and tolerance to Polish politics. Under Duda, the governing right wing Lauren Justice Party can continue strengthening its grip on the court system and public media policies that trick off so he pledged to veto As the results reflect Poland's presidential campaign was exceptionally divisive. Duda, who denounced the LGBTQ rights movement as an ideology worse than communism, garnered support from the government and the Catholic Church. State television also sided with Duda, alleging that Schakowsky does not have polish interests at heart, and it revived Poland's fraught history of anti Semitism..

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03:52 min | 2 years ago

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"News is next. Live from NPR news on trial. Snyder Global Corona virus Case numbers have set a new daily record, according to a report by the World Health Organization, the number of confirmed cases over a 24 hour period yesterday top 230,000 including more than 66,000 in the United States. NPR's Jeff Bromfield Well, the official W H o number probably underestimates the total number of new Corona virus cases each day. Still, it's an indicator of where things are going with this pandemic, and at the moment it appears to be growing fairly quickly. With the rise in Corona virus cases globally, Florida has reported the highest single day jump in the United States. Florida yesterday reported more than 15,000 new cases. That number exceeds New York speak when it was the epicenter of the outbreak back in April amid the debate over reopening schools mid August is the earliest at Arizona. K through 12 schools can start in person instruction under a June executive order. But a growing number of educators doubt the Corona virus crisis in the state will be under control by then from member station KGC See Rosie or a Nando's reports. Education groups are urging Arizona governor Doug Ducey to further delay the start of schools to October. This is as a state continues to see a surgeon covert 19 cases. Phoenix teacher Stacey Brushes is one of them. I don't want to be the teacher that gets cold it and have my third graders have to attend my funeral. But I also don't want to be the teacher that has to go to one of my students, Funerals. The Republican governor has previously said he would reevaluate his August target date for school reopening, if necessary for NPR news. I'm Rocio Hernandez in Phoenix A federal appeals court has ruled that the first federal execution and 17 years may proceed as scheduled today. But family members of the victims of 47 year old Daniel Lewis lease say they plan to take their case to the Supreme Court. Family members say they would be a high risk for the Corona virus if they traveled to a 10 Lee's execution to Poland. Now president Entree. Duda has won a second term by just a shy of 3% points following a tight race in the second round of the elections. But as me Nicholson report's due, his challenger is questioning the result. Ellen's electoral commission says Andrea Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Trickovski. We've got 48.8%. Boats are still being counted. But the electoral commission says thes won't change the results significantly. Thiss means Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice party, with whom Duda is closely allied, can continue its judicial reforms, which has been criticized by the U, as anti Democratic. Rafay Trajkovski's party. The opposition Civic Platform Group, says they're gathering information about a variety of voting irregularities, which reportedly include registration problems are missing postal ballot papers For NPR news. I'm Ismay Nicholson in Berlin and you're listening to NPR news. The Navy now says 21 people were hospitalized with minor injuries stemming from an explosion and fire on board a ship at Naval Base SAN Diego. A brief statement from a Navy spokesman says those injured include 17 sailors and four civilians. A fire broke out yesterday morning. On the USS Bonham Rashard and raged for hours. Starting this week, the Census Bureau is getting ready to send doored knockers to make in person visits to homes that have not yet filled out forms for the 2020 cents NPR's Hansi Lo long reports of bureau, still collecting census responses from households online over the phone and threw the mail in person. Home visits for the 2020 senses are set to start on July 16th in Idaho, Maine, West Virginia, as well as parts of Louisiana, Missouri and Oklahoma. Census Bureau is associate director for the count..

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03:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from NPR News on trial. Snyder Global Corona virus case numbers have set a new daily record, according to a report by the World Health Organization. A number of confirmed cases over a 24 hour period yesterday top 230,000 including more than 66,000 in the United States. NPR's Jeff Brown feel well. The official w tone number probably underestimates the total number of new coronavirus cases each day. Still, it's an indicator of where things are going with this pandemic, and at the moment it appears to be growing fairly quickly. With the rise in Khurana virus cases globally, Florida has reported the highest single day jump in the United States. Florida yesterday reported more than 15,000 new cases. That number exceeds New York speak when it was the epicenter of the outbreak back in April. Amid the debate over re opening schools mid August is the earliest at Arizona. K through 12 schools can start in person instruction under a June executive order, But a growing number of educators doubt the Corona virus crisis in the state will be under control by them. From member station KGC. See Hernandez reports. Education groups are urging Arizona governor Doug Ducey to further delay the start of schools to October. This is as a state continues to see a surgeon covert 19 cases. Phoenix teacher Stacey Brushes is one of them. I don't want to be the teacher that gets cold and have my third graders have to attend my funeral. But I also don't want to be the teacher that has to go to one of my students, Funerals. The Republican governor has previously said he would reevaluate his August target date for school reopening, if necessary for NPR News CEO Hernandez in Phoenix A federal appeals court has ruled that the first federal execution and 17 years may proceed as scheduled today. But family members of the victims of 47 year old Daniel Lewis lease say they plan to take their case to the Supreme Court. Family members say they would be a high risk for the Corona virus if they traveled to a 10 Lee's execution. To Poland. Now President Entree. Duda has won a second term by just a shy of 3% points following a tight race in the second round of the elections. But as me Nicholson report's But his challenger is questioning the result. Poland's electoral commission says Andrea Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Trickovski. We've got 48.8% votes is still being counted, but the electoral commission says thes won't change the results. Significantly. Thiss means Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice Party, with whom Duda is closely allied. Can continue its judicial reforms, which has been criticized by the U. As anti Democratic Trajkovski's party. The opposition Civic Platform Group says they're gathering information about a variety of voting irregularities, which reportedly include registration problems on missing postal ballot papers. For NPR news. I'm Ismay Nicholson in Berlin and you're listening to NPR news. The Navy now says 21 people were hospitalized with minor injuries stemming from an explosion and fire on board a ship at Naval Base SAN Diego. A brief statement from a Navy spokesman says those injured include 17 sailors and four civilians. A fire broke out yesterday morning. On the USS Bonham Rashard and raged for hours. Starting this week, The Census Bureau is getting ready to send your knockers to make in person visits to homes that have not yet filled out forms for the 2020 census. NPR's Hansi Lo long reports of bureau, still collecting census responses from households online over the phone and threw the mail in person. Home visits for the 2020 senses are set to start on July 16th in Idaho, Maine, West Virginia, as well as parts of Louisiana, Missouri and Oklahoma..

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04:06 min | 3 years ago

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"Straight out of a fashionable New York restaurant. there are jobs on offer he wrote Warsaw Deloitte jobs that pay well and promise a bright shining future team lead Andrey Abele SGA has a problem she can't find the kind of people she wants to hire here in Poland many of the would be financial whiz kids she explains have gone to work abroad there were people who went abroad because the fault it will be easier to build a career and we want to give that opportunity but we don't get the right candidates how does that feel for you is someone who who needs to recruit people to do a job I feel frustrated because one aspect is obviously I would prefer that people want to live here and they want to work for our country on the other hand it's frustrating on a business level we struggle with finding the right people it is not of course just finance workers in short supply doctors teachers lorry drivers and headdresses are among those for a much needed in Poland an obvious solution would be to invite workers in from other countries Poland's ruling Lauren justice party has a strongly anti immigration stance the party's leader Jaroslaw kitchen ski one said immigrants bring parasites so instead the government has announced a program to encourage polls working abroad to come back by way of incentive it's cut taxes it is offering generous benefits for young people and families and according to one of the party senior politicians they told Russia Kaski another appeal is the standard of living which Poland now offers it's quite easy to be employed and the other aspects she's a safety safety of life does no terrorist attack there are no demonstration it's a very free society in them so I hope that sooner or later of young couples from west to the Ural photos of from the United States they decide to come back to Poland. it's certainly a good time of year to see the positive side of life imposed and it's been a very warm summer here the sun lights gleaming on the roofs of some of the grand to buildings here in war sort I'm just sitting in a pavement cafe with rather cosmopolitan menu and with me is Barbara yen savage from also university's center of migration research barber the Polish government hopes to neo back some of the millions of migrants who left the country to work abroad do you think that's going to work I think the Polish government is right to try to get those people back however when someone lives abroad for several years they get used to the cultural get used to all the things that are related to living in this particular place sometimes they start a family the children go to school day don't speak Polish as well so people who are abroad for a very long time are less likely to come back Isabel Bonnie just returned to Poland off to four years living and working in Britain and believes the tech sector could give other opponents emigres a reason to come back although she acknowledges that one or two changes in national behavior might also help here when you look at this exhibition around us you can see why it's worth coming back to pundit there are chances here to develop an mazing technology are there any other things that can change here in Poland in order to to lure people back I believe what would definitely make Paul and more appealing to pose for a broad right now it's kind of a positive attitudes as long as you know you change even those small things that smile you mean they will come back in to push people into a man to smile I believe smile is so important that it will definitely make a difference if I can make people smile I can make calls from U. K. come back here a smile is a start to pull most reporting for more so there about whether Poland can actually lower its best and brightest back to the homeland smiling and more that is at stay with us here on Newsday shama Lawrence with you this morning more hurricane Dorian and rescue efforts as it's very sad. wrong storm continues to mama comma grand Bahama island..

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08:48 min | 3 years ago

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"Rights what's your reaction to what happened last week the you know it's there was talk is a symbol of these anti gay propaganda we tease Senate foreign not too many weeks or months but for many years by many politicians and and Copley Turchin representatives and say and did this is a result of many although or angst so which we were facing for recent years Alan Keyes one of the few countries in European Union we now register cotton sheets now hate crimes protection now anti discrimination legislation all sexual education and on the other side Poland he's also facing a huge straps and well organized the man at anti LGBT I actions yeah well you probably have heard about the newspaper recently distributing stickers so people who have called to disconnect our GPT free zones likely to sign on the I don't want to make too close comparisons between Jewish people before the second World War and and so on down fifty localities we treat passed legislation declaring that they region is free from as G. P. T. I. ideology so there are many examples of fuel welding these anti gay propaganda and there was talk became does a symbol of eight I'm Robert stay there because judging you listen with great interest to that and noting as as Robert spoke at any one thing the first thing that strikes me is of course that the fact that you were elected as a gay politician this is clearly not then opposes the whole who who are happy to to to vote for someone who is gay this is certainly up up up about the authorities and we know that the the ruling lord justice party did have a focus on on migrants that was the rallying cry that's that was that that that campaign platform my concern she won it the last election there aren't that many migrants who look different in Poland and not as an issue has kind of gone away and I guess that this is just the new hate for people to focus on the with at that the thing to to bring those those far right those populace together under one umbrella I mean I I looked up to I say love but I I am amazed by that campaign symbol that that campaign at that had number red lead with the potty logo protecting the family from rainbow rain it was just a polling but that I absolutely concentrates I think what this messages that that Lauren justice party will make sure your children are not contaminated this is an appalling situation to live in but I don't think that it represents the majority of the feeding of old repulsed of it I I fully agree with you it does not represent the majority of people also what you'll see that the support for that registered partnerships majority of Polish people he's in favor of introducing these kind of legislation there were also recently like twenty main gate tried some gain marches around the island in all sixteen viable cheap and we see also the growing grassroots movements also educate the movement so but these ease of that that that you had to be T. R. E. show is a polarizing short at the edge and is another scapegoat for for the ruling party before as you said there were any grants and now they are and it gave people and so many call these people also when it did that a young unsuspecting Skeeter of law and justice party when he says that would be seized he he needs to protect the nation from the west of decadence from six well he's a send off to drain I quote then many people have the sterile sites connecting you feel our week's a week's gay people and it was and so on so that it doesn't stop there when you are a conservative police the politician and you use these records you test mobilize your constituency or LX right Robert thank you for coming on Robert B. and remember the European Parliament speaking to his life on the line from war sorts twenty four minutes past the hour we're gonna win the program by talking about cycling but not just any old cycling it's the final stage of the tour France today again by now is poised to become the first Columbian to win the competition and given that the final stages is all rather more polite unless he falls off he's going to win we joined on the line from Paris by Hugh Schofield that's pretty much the some of it is in the queue yeah I know as you say every loss day is of some triumphant process into Paris it today from a real movie a so they'll have a I was without for forty kilometer drive a ride from the through the woods and then those suburbs in into Paris and then the salute surround the center of Paris but the one world challenging going back now is a sprint finish of the report to the sprint is but but I'm not does not affect the general classification which will be won by a gone by now that this twenty two year old from Columbia who did win a single stage in the race but through and you know the exceptional tactics on the part of the TV in the US team and through his evidence gift and he's very very young emerges as you know right if the future the question about him at the walls talk wasn't there a few days ago of a possible French win well that this is being the great excitement here and usually half asleep who is the great hope of fronts will finish only in fifth about two days ago he's still the yellow Jersey any tell on to it for was it thirteen or fourteen days and the minute the talk in front is really over that and her on how he and Pino who's another ride the in the in the running right up to two days ago what it really takes him like they one of them could win and and districts which going back in there for thirty five years of drugs not winning it's a race since but not you know in in nineteen eighty five women regardless of that it was an exceptionally interesting and exciting tool but for French people I think probably for people around the world it was fans around the world it was made all the more exciting because the French person have wanted and it was really only well two days tape two days ago on Friday the that it became clear that I'll definitely be done absolutely one that is through the tool and it never really set that as being a prospect for winning a need only at the last minute did you start to crack and Yemen yesterday coming up to bell told us it was obvious that he was not going to make it to the for you fell way way back in the classification but he and Peter between them really did make this a very very exciting to that I'm a non seventy tens I didn't have time to watch three weeks of racing I tend to stop watching the last week and normally it's actual exciting because it's already been settled but this happened being settled it was you know it really went down to the wire and it made it a very very exciting race I'll come back to you for fun would eleven brief thoughts in the studio if you would AT and whether either of you a cycling experts I have another chance to Oscar he is your opportunity to add that in either direction they handed that over to George I think that's in there is because I think you can probably tell I'm quite like Chris phobic and I don't like yellow it's not my color you however David did confess earlier to not only being a cyclist but of rule breaking fight that's yes action when it comes from you know getting to place to place I'm all for second but the tour de France would be beyond me really yeah but it's it's a long way there's some big hills basically Hugh I mean for those who on sort of necessary following it on a on an annual basis just just borders Paris feel like on this particular day of the year well well July is first will drive the cattle GA with it but the but the best you'll parade and then two weeks later it's the it's the end of the voter fraud the two very big days which please see off the hood of the center and and and you have this parade through the center of town in in in one cases emoji parade in in in the other it's this very colorful you really have to watch visual feast as as these riders part through the beautiful city down the avenues and round the bus like Concord across the river you know till mass for the sound of the king of the wheels and and the Russians they gave Boston people turned out to watch it I have to say in recent years when I've been up initial release date it it tends to more tourists and French people actually watch it because tourism has colonizes center parents of force me to get me but does that but I don't know time is up what.

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"lauren justice party" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"lauren justice party" Discussed on AP News

"What the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay the problem was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come at jet yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight I got a new there so the referee cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match is limited by state law former Polish president some pro democracy fights a leg but when Sir must apologize to the country's most powerful politician in a slow on the case the ones that protested the verdict by the appeals court on Monday saying he would take it to the Supreme Court and even to the European Court of human rights Lauren justice party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski sued Walesa for blaming him on social media for the twenty ten plane crash in Russia that killed Kaczynski's twin president Lech Kaczynski and ninety five others in one of his posts but when Sir allege that Kaczynski was guided by bravado and push for the plane to land despite heavy fog out of concerns over the impact on endangered shore birds a Chicago beach front music festival set for August has been canceled organizers of man be on the beach say the late August fast was canceled because of circumstances beyond their control including two federally protected piping plovers nesting on Montrose beach on the city's north side the Chicago sun times reports the Chicago ornithological society says the two birds nesting their past at least three eggs up to twenty thousand people are expected each day of the festival which featured acts from various musical genres the small shore bird is on a number of state endangered species list and is listed as threatened at the federal level festival organizer say tickets will be refunded if there was any doubt that the twenty nineteen box office belongs to the Walt Disney company this weekend put an end to that with the lion king one of two Disney film setting records A. P. that Ben Thomas has a look at the weekend box office results everything the like touches it's all and with the line King book for the more than forty seven hundred north American theaters that kingdom certainly includes the box office in the remake the anthropomorphic animals look real even if much of their behavior is all Hollywood align king scored the nine biggest opening of all time calling in one hundred eighty five million dollars domestically a record for P. G. rated film and speaking of records Avengers any game from Disney's Marvel studios one promised officially fast avatar this weekend as the biggest film of all time with worldwide earnings totaling two point seven nine billion Ben Thomas a radio I'm ready to fall lay president trump says he's not going to watch lead Russian investigator Robert Muller testified before Congress tomorrow maybe a little Lee says so I'm not going to be watching probably maybe I'll see a little bit of it I'm not going to be what watching my lawyer AP correspondent Jonathan let me on how the White House these Maulers upcoming testimony there's a sense among the president's allies that Muller whose credibility despite attacks from Republicans remains hi that he could perhaps convince Americans who didn't read the report that will watch the testimony the president did something wrong moreover he could convince Democrats to on the fence about impeachment to move that way yesterday the justice department told mother his testimony should not go beyond information that's already been released publicly you don't have to worry about the government running out of money and shutting down at least for now the president and Congress are endorsing a budget agreement it calls for one point three trillion dollars an agency spending next year Porter Rico's governor is digging in saying he's already apologised and made demands following an online chat with advisers that triggered massive protests yesterday's protests appear to have been the biggest on the island in nearly two decades protesters vow to stay in the streets until the governor resigns he says he will not but he won't run for reelection the latest protest began after online chats were leaked in which governor Ricardo were sale and some of his close aides insulted women and mocked constituents South Korea fired warning shots after a Russian military plane violated its airspace twice this morning says Seoul South Korea says it's the first time a foreign military planes violated its airspace since the end of the Korean War this is a P. radio news a radio I'm ready to fall lay president trump says he's not going to watch lead Russian investigator Robert Muller testified before Congress tomorrow maybe a little Lee says so I'm not going to be watching probably maybe I'll see a little bit of it I'm not going to be what watching Muller AP correspondent Jonathan lemaire on how the White House these Maulers upcoming testimony there's a sense among the president and his allies that Muller whose credibility despite attacks from Republicans remains hi that he could perhaps convince Americans who didn't read the report watch the testimony the president did something wrong moreover he could convince Democrats were on the fence about impeachment to move that way yesterday the justice department told mother his testimony should not go beyond information that's already been released publicly you don't have to worry about the government running out of money and shutting down at least for now the president and Congress are endorsing a budget agreement it calls for one point three trillion dollars an agency spending next year Porter Rico's governor is digging in saying he's already apologised and made a man's following an online chat with advisers that triggered massive protests yesterday's protests appear to have been the biggest on the island in nearly two decades protesters vow to stay in the streets until the governor resigns he says he will not but he won't run for reelection the latest protest began after online chats were leaked in which governor Ricardo were sale and some of his close aides insulted women and mocked constituents South Korea fired warning shots after a Russian military plane violated its airspace twice this morning says Seoul South Korea says it's the first time a foreign military planes violated its airspace since the end of the Korean War this is a P. radio news a new study suggests the millions of people who don't have heart disease may want to rethink taking an aspirin every day for years doctors urge people to leverage aspirins blood thinning properties to lower their chances of a first heart attack or stroke then new studies challenge that practice finding only marginal benefits for older adults at low risk of heart disease and markedly more digestive tract leading among other side effects the findings prompted a changing guidelines from the American heart association never the less the new study reported in the annals of internal medicine found that some twenty nine million people forty and older and nearly half of people over seventy who don't have heart disease about ten million we're taking daily aspirin for prevention study leader Dr Colin o'brien says they want to get the word out about the change guidelines I'm Jennifer king retired Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery today justice Stevens was ninety nine when he died last week in Florida I read a folly A. 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"lauren justice party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"lauren justice party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tone mood intensify the police struggled to defend strangle is separated from the main mall the molds set off in pursuit of one small group of gay pride campaign is seeking safety responding officer putting down the hall the first skirmish of the afternoon began police arrested fifty people this exemplified the hatred and intolerance the concerns the US ambassador deputy mayor of little soul who compared it to the behavior of the **** in the second World War the issue of gay rights is being bubbling beneath the surface in Poland for years but recently it's just exploded and on to the forefront of the political agenda and this issue was placed Poland into conflict with mainstream Europe when Poland's populist Lauren justice party came to power in two thousand and fifteen it declared on missions to Christianize the European Union in towns like be Alice told their poll what they regard as mainstream Europe's decadent values if parliament in war so influential Lauren justice politician it is love because of that scary said Europe favorite constitutions but was hypocritical when it came to Poland and our constitution in the ticket eighteen states the Medicis only between man and woman before needs very interesting then in this case does not own interesting what actually our constitution is talking about government critics say such arguments of emboldened testers like glucose wanting coverage you studying medicine and be out of stock it makes me sad when I see a situation where we have two people two men together or two women together and they declare love for each other there's no biological possibility for them to have a child so I realize that this is not what family should look like I use.

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